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Incapable (Love Triumphs) by [Paton, Ainslie]
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4.7 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews

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Love can be a great healer, except when it hurts...
As voice actor royalty, Damon Donovan is trouble.  He's professionally intimidating.  He's also charming, funny and genuinely talented. And he triggers the nurturing instincts newly separated Georgia Fairweather has sworn to ignore.

Damon Donovan is used to three types of women: those who fawn, those who mother, and those who want to fix him. So a reticent, prickly engineer he can neither awe nor charm piques his interest.

A recording engineer and a voice actor should be a match to sing about, but the thrilling rhythm they create is soon drowned out by static. Georgia doesn't know who she is, and Damon doesn't know who he'll become.

Can a man facing his insecurities and a woman afraid of her own instincts harmonise, or are they destined to sound good in theory, but be out of sync in life and love?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1035 KB
  • Print Length: 524 pages
  • Publisher: Escape Publishing - Harlequin Enterprises, Australia Pty Ltd (1 November 2015)
  • Sold by: HarperCollins Publishers (AU)
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B013UB2XNC
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #213,769 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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By Cheryl H on 8 November 2015
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This is Paton at her masterful best. Incapable is another example of Ainslie's refreshingly original, engaging and compelling storylines, featuring her trademark delightful, charming and funny leading characters in the form of voice actor royalty Damon Donovan, and talented sound engineer Georgia Fairweather. Combined with an awesome support crew, in Damon's best mates, Taylor, Angus, Jamie and Sam. Incapable has a generous amount of love, humour, passion, heartache, trauma, surprise, and wonderful music.

I love this story: Ainslie's stunning portrayal of Damon, his charm, humour, fear, and struggle with his insecurities.
How she brilliantly captures the essence of Damon's friendship with Taylor, Angus, Jamie and Sam. The love, humour and camaraderie between the friends is a work of art.
Georgia's tentative steps to find her rhythm, her hippy hippy shake, her new self.
And Ainslie's attention to detail, as always, is superb.

Ainslie is my favourite romance author, I always find myself totally captivated and fully immersed in the wonderful worlds she creates. Reading a Paton romance is a passionate, sensual journey; a roller coaster ride of emotions, full of surprises, with endings that leave you breathless.

Incapable is a story about friendship, change, uncertainty and facing your fears. It's about forgiveness, trust, hope and love.

Incapable is a beautifully written fictional romance, a story to be read and savoured so all the wonderful nuances of Paton's writing are fully enjoyed.
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I'm an Ainslie Paton fan, and this book has all the hallmarks of a great Ainslie Paton read.
For me, I can't rate it quite as highly as some of the Author's other books. I couldn't quite get in the groove with Damon and Georgia, although I love the story in parts. Some scenes that stood out for me were the night Georgia assists Damon in narrating the murder mystery at the cinema. The first time we meet Georgia also, when she's just moved back to her flat and she's singing and dancing, that was gold.
I think it's possible at times I got a bit confused with who was who. There are a lot of secondary characters to muddy the water in this one. A pair of Damon's mates are brothers and this crew (the band, the bar staff etc) all have a lot of history together. Sometimes I forgot which was which brother, which was secretly in love with another character, and which storyline I was supposed to care about the most...
When it's just Georgia and Damon on the page, I enjoyed it heaps.
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A new story from Ainslie Paton? Woo hoo! Over the past year or so, Ms Paton has quickly become one of my "would read if she wrote the takeaway menus" authors.

You never know what you are going to get with a book from Ms Paton. No cookie-cutter stories from her, it is like a lucky dip each and every time.... and I love it.

Incapable was no different.

Damon and Georgia's story is not always a pretty one, but it is a story of hope, love, loss.

I adored Damon through thick and thin, though at times I wasn't sure if I wanted to clip him around the ears or give him a hug.

You could feel the confusion rolling off Georgia as things from her past continue to affect her today.

Throughout the entire story, I just wanted our lovelies to find their happiness.

I ran through a whole range of emotions with Incapable. There may or may not have been a tear or two shed whilst reading.

I also loved Damon's circle of friends. Through thick and thin, they are there for each other, and there were a couple of their stories that I would love to know more of.

I can't wait to see what Ms Paton brings us next.
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Amazon.com: 4.9 out of 5 stars 11 reviews
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Damon is a great character-- funny 3 February 2016
By Anonymous - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this book on a whim late at night, but I ended up liking it a lot!

Damon is a great character-- funny, independent, sensitive, kind of impossible not to like. Georgia is really relatable, and her issues make sense in the context of the experiences she's been through. But honestly, one of my favorite things about this book was that it isn't just the romantic leads who are interesting, well-developed characters-- Damon's friends are the best, and most of my favorite scenes were ones that involved the whole group. This book has a nice ensemble feel to it without delving too deeply into sub-plots.

The plot was great, and much less formulaic than I was expecting. There were some actual twists and turns! I really liked that none of the plot twists (substantively) involved jealousy/exes, but were more focused on issues that mattered deeply to the protagonists, which I felt allowed for more character development over the course of the novel. I wouldn't call this a "light" romance, but it's not overly heavy or melodramatic. I found the relationship between the protagonists to be very compelling and I had a lot of soft, mushy feelings while I read this book.

Occasionally some of the dialogue was a little much for me, but mostly just during the heavily romantic scenes. The fact that Damon was a voice actor and Georgia a sound engineer was a nice change of pace, and it seems like the author knows enough about both of those careers to write a convincing book. Admittedly, I know nothing about either, but I was convinced and I liked that it was something new and fresh.

The pacing is good-- slow build at the beginning with just enough interpersonal tension to keep you guessing, followed by a series of challenges for the characters to work through. Just as I thought the main issue was pretty much worked out another (surprising) one cropped up and I was reeled right back in. Plus, this book is a perfect length, just long enough to do the characters and plot justice without becoming unwieldy.

In short, I highly recommend. I am a skeptical reader of romance novels, but this was very emotionally compelling, readable, and different from the norm.
4.0 out of 5 stars Couldn't Quite Get in the Normal Ainslie Paton Groove 14 June 2016
By Lily Malone - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I'm an Ainslie Paton fan, and this book has all the hallmarks of a great Ainslie Paton read.
For me, I can't rate it quite as highly as some of the Author's other books. I couldn't quite get in the groove with Damon and Georgia, although I love the story in parts. Some scenes that stood out for me were the night Georgia assists Damon in narrating the murder mystery at the cinema. The first time we meet Georgia also, when she's just moved back to her flat and she's singing and dancing, that was gold.
I think it's possible at times I got a bit confused with who was who. There are a lot of secondary characters to muddy the water in this one. A pair of Damon's mates are brothers and this crew (the band, the bar staff etc) all have a lot of history together. Sometimes I forgot which was which brother, which was secretly in love with another character, and which storyline I was supposed to care about the most...
When it's just Georgia and Damon on the page, I enjoyed it heaps.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful story and characters 8 June 2016
By mary s - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Wonderful story and characters, I loved it!
Ainslie Paton has an exquisite writing style, I enjoyed her subtlety, the way she handled POV (for both major characters), bringing us, readers, so close to those characters. I loved how we are reminded of Damon’s charm – the dimple (!), the voice, the maleness, the humor –, but also of his insecurities. And the ways all this is interwoven throughout the plot, dialogue and characterization.
The first part of the story makes it the best book read this year, but in the second part excessive melodrama drags the rhythm a little bit.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Utterly Captivating 12 March 2016
By Momma C - Published on Amazon.com
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A thoughtful and beautiful story that kept me engaged from the very first page. Full of humour and affection. An absolute joy to read. I can highly recommend this to anyone., regardless of your book tastes.
5.0 out of 5 stars And did not like him pushing her back with her ex 10 August 2016
By D. Wagner - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Damn. I thought they would never get together ...
And did not like him pushing her back with her ex. Love is hard work.

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